Temple Wall Relief Carving of Tutankhamun

1967.35

On display

Sandstone fragment of temple wall relief depicting Tutankhamun wearing the blue crown. His name has been partially rubbed out and replaced by Horemheb (1323-1295 BC). When complete the relief depicted back-to-back figures of Tutankhamun, originally from the west wall of the Colonnade Hall on the prow of the divine barge of the goddess Mut in the Opet river procession. The goddess Mut is mentioned in the text to the left.